#44 Needs Raw DV format support.

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2004-03-07
2004-03-07
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I've dumped tons of DV tapes on my 240GB hardrive and
now, I'd like to do some video editting with these
files.
They have been created using:

dvgrab --autosplit --format raw --timestamp MyTape1-

(this is to avoid loosing too much quality on the
whole video editing process by compressing twice
(during dv-dump and during video generation).

my files have the following format:
[me@dhcppc1 TAPE_1]$ tcprobe -i
TAPE_1-2000.04.30_18-33-09.dv
[tcprobe] Digital Video (PAL)
[tcprobe] summary for TAPE_1-2000.04.30_18-33-09.dv,
(*) = not default, 0 = not detected
import frame size: -g 720x576 [720x576]
aspect ratio: 16:9 (*)
frame rate: -f 25.000 [25.000] frc=3
audio track: -a 0 [0] -e 48000,16,2
[48000,16,2] -n 0x1 [0x2000] (*)
bitrate=1536 kbps

Best regards.

Discussion

  • Andraz Tori
    Andraz Tori
    2004-03-11

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    you should do --format qt

    there is no quality loss